I know, I know. I'm being obvious.
Still, it's the final week of February, which means I am un-retiring Daughters of Britain for a final edit before sending it off to Beta Reader no. One. This marks the final leg of the journey to submission... if you consider the Beta Reading circuit a single leg, rather than six (Beta Reader-me-Beta Reader-me-Beta Reader-me-submit).
That starts today, which is good. Hopefully it won't take me more than three days to get through the manuscript. There shouldn't be any need for any rewrites, so that's a plus.
Because I'm in a rush to get this manuscript out and submitted, I will be foregoing a lot of painting time to get this thing edited and sent to the first Beta Reader. I'm kind of excited about submitting this one. I like this manuscript, even if it is historical fiction, rather than fantasy, science fiction or horror. It would be really nice to see it in print.
Human continues to do well. I have currently ten ratings on good reads, and four of them are five star, four of them are four star. I think that's something to be proud of! If you've read it, and you are on Goodreads or Amazon or something, do please leave a review. Not too many people I know pay attention to reviews when selecting a book, but it helps so much with the algorithms which makes these books visible.
But only do it if you want to.
Right, I have to get started on my editing. Happy Monday, everyone!